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Playgroup Name:
Leichhardt Macauley
Location:
Leichhardt Public School Hall,
Crn Marion and Norton Street, LEICHHARDT, NSW 2040
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Leichhardt Macauley playgroup welcomes children aged 0-6 to join us for some fun and interactive play every Monday at 9.30am at Leichhardt public school hall. We have regular arts and crafts, a trampoline and plenty of interactive toys, jigsaws, paints and play dough as well as planned events and activities. New members are welcome to join, just come along - the first two sessions are free! For more information email us at playgroupmacauley@gmail.com and make sure you join us on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/leichhardtplaygroup We do not meet during school holidays.
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Fees:

Visiting Fee - $3.00

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Transport:

Bus - Yes

Train - No

Ferry - No

Light Rail - No

Disability Access - No

Parking Available - No


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Address: Crn Marion and Norton Street, LEICHHARDT, NSW 2040

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Session Times

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Thursday 9:30 General

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  • Frequency : Weekly

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Vacancies Available - Yes
Playgroup meet during school holidays - No
Waiting List Available - No

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